NASA Earth science studies our planet all day, every day.   On Earth Day, April 22, we take time to celebrate this wondrous planet with special discussions, virtual events, and activities. Like our satellites, however, Earth science goes on year-round, and we continuously create videos, activities, news and more to tell the story of what’s happening on and with our planet.   To help get you started in your Earth Day celebrations, visit here. You also can find a variety of resources in our Earth Day 2021 Toolkit.
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Earth Day Q&A with Astronauts in Space | Hosted by Shawn MendesEarth Day in Space – Singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes will join five astronauts living and working aboard the International Space to discuss how we’re all #ConnectedByEarth, asking questions from young people around the world about Earth Day, climate change, and how the astronauts study Earth from space. The event will air on NASA Television, the NASA app, and the agency’s website at 11 a.m. EDT April 22.
NASA Science Live: Connected by EarthNASA Science Live – Join NASA climate experts to learn about the connections between human activity and climate change. Tag your questions using #AskNASA and we may have your question answered live during “NASA Science Live” at 3 p.m. EDT April 22.

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